Female Half-Elf Fighter 9
CG Medium humanoid (elf, human)
Hero Points 2
Init 7 armor, 20)
Fort 6, Will 2 vs. fear, 9 (1d4+5) and
13 (1d8+9/x3) and
dagger 8 (1d4+4/19-20)
Ranged masterwork composite shortbow 8 (1d6+2/x3)
Special Attacks weapon training abilities (close 9; CMB 2 Perception
Languages Common, Elven, Orc
SQ elf blood, hero points
Combat Gear Potion of gaseous form, Potion of water walk, Antitoxin; Other Gear Masterwork Field plate, +1 Mithral Heavy steel shield, +1 Cold Iron Warhammer, Arrows (40), Dagger, Masterwork Composite shortbow (Str +2), Bracers of armor +4, Stone salve, Backpack (18 @ 28 lbs), Bedroll, Belt pouch (1 @ 0.86 lbs), Blanket, Candle (4), Flint and steel, Mirror, Mug/tankard, Perfume, common (10), Rope, Torch (6), Traveler’s outfit, Waterskin, Whetstone, Wine, fine (per bottle), 37 GP, 2 SP, 4 CP
Antitoxin – 0/1
Arrows – 20/40
Dagger – 0/1
Potion of gaseous form – 0/1
Potion of water walk – 0/1
Stone salve – 0/2
Torch – 0/6
Antitoxin This substance counteracts a specific toxin. If you drink a vial of antitoxin, you gain a +5 alchemical bonus on Fortitude saving throws against poison for 1 hour.
Alchemical Power Component
Like antiplague, this substance can augment certain healing spells.
Neutralize Poison (M): Add 6 You can subtract from your attack roll to add to your damage.
Shield Focus +1 Shield AC
Weapon Training (Close) +1 (Ex) +1 Attack, Damage, CMB, CMD with Close-in weapons
Weapon Training (Hammers) +2 (Ex) +2 Attack, Damage, CMB, CMD with Hammers
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I grew up in a small village by the sea. My father is a wonderful man who taught me everything I know about fighting and staying alive. My mother, on the other hand, is an over-zealous religious woman who tried and tried to make me be that woman who stays home and cooks and cleans. She would quote pages from her Holy book morning, noon and night. But from an early age,I knew that I did not want that lifestyle. I wanted a life outside of the home. I wanted to be free. Thankfully, my sister was born when I was 7 years old and she was everything my mother wanted in a daughter. After she was born, I got away with doing the bare minimum around the house so I could go outside and practice the fighting skills my father had taught me that particular week.
My father was known in our village and the surrounding areas for being able to take care of any situations that people would pay to have taken care of. As soon as I turned 11, my father started taking me with him. In the beginning, I watched from a hiding place and learned how he handled different situations. Within a few years, I stood alongside him to help in any way I could. When we were not out on a job, he was helping me master multiple ways of combat. My fondest memories of growing up are of he and I fighting behind our house.
When I turned 17, I was ready to be on my own. I had the skills to survive just about any situation. And thanks to my father, I knew how to find work that would support my dream of an adventuring lifestyle. My mother told me she would pray for me every day. I packed a small backpack, hugged my family, and left. I have not returned.
Over the years, I have made quite the name for myself. I am known for getting the job done.